Arnold Schwarzenegger shared his health update through social media and revealed that now he is back on the streets, walking. Yes, the 73-year-old action star and former California governor took Twitter to open up about his recent heart surgery and details of his recovery.

This surgery marked the actor's second heart surgery in the last two years while in this surgery, The Terminator fame got his aortic valve replaced. Schwarzenegger posted a couple of pictures of him walking on the streets while in one picture, he could be seen in a hospital bed.

Although the actor didn't disclose the date when this recent surgery was done, however, the actor thanked the team of Cleveland Clinic, where he was admitted for the procedure. The actor addressed his previous surgery and said that he has a new aortic valve along with his new pulmonary valve.

Schwarzenegger further wrote that he feels fantastic as he could walk back on the streets again and enjoy the "amazing statues" of Cleveland, Ohio. He further thanked each nurse and doctor who formed a team and ensured that the surgery was a success.

As per reports in 2018, the pulmonic valve was changed first in 1997 in Los Angeles at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center when the actor first underwent surgery. However, the actor opened up after 2018's surgery and said that the valve replacement was not permanent.

During a commencement speech for graduate students in 2020, the actor gave a paradigm of his own recovery and surgery as he began shooting for Terminator: Dark Fate after a couple of months. Schwarzenegger asked the students to take his recovery as an example to overcome all the obstacles they will face later in their respective life along with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The actor addressed the graduates in his note and said that the world they are graduating in is filled with various obstacles, especially the pandemic. He mentioned that no matter the level of success they reach in life, there will be obstacles around them.

However, they need to overcome those obstacles and keep moving towards their goals. In his recent documentary, The Game Changers released in 2019, the actor revealed his initial days of bodybuilding, being healthy compared to other professional athletes in the 1970s, and his diet. The actor also recalled the fear of surgery that will be life-threatening as heart problems run in his family, per In Depth With Graham Bensinger.